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December 24, 1849 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Date Mk—wrf Ihj fallh shall auataln Uwa-

Date Mk—wrf Ihj fallh shall auataln Uwa-

apeak in hi* aoul, and that troth compared, Matilda and Edith aa woman to womao, apart from in Ufa, and in deapite of all hia exer. tiona blind himaelf, that truth peniuod in the aoperiority of Edith; eten her faded face, with ita mud, intellectual brow
December 22, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TEE BELFAST PROTESTANT JOURNAL, DECEMBER 22, 1849.

TEE BELFAST PROTESTANT JOURNAL, DECEMBER 22, 1849.

turn humbly towards heaven for mercy. He had utterly destroyed his own happiness, and had darkened the fate of Matilda and Edith, who had both loved him once. Even for Matilda, now that »aw her nolunfor, emotion of pity arose within him, thought of what
December 22, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SALES. MIW WOOLLEN AMD MANCBEITU VAII-lODII, //) No. 45, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET. DENIS MURPHY beg. to inform the Gentry a/d

SALES. MIW WOOLLEN AMD MANCBEITU VAII-lODII, //) No. 45, GREAT GEORGE'S STREET. DENIS MURPHY beg. to inform the Gentry a/d

Patrick'* Quay. Cork. BEaLE, SCOTT ft CO. ARRIVAL OF " NEW MALAGA FRUIT." JOHN NBWSOM * BON HAVE ju*t landed ex-Schooner " Edith" direct from MALAGA, supply of NEW FRUIT selected of prime quality, for their Establishment, viz:— 420 Boxes Bunch MUSCATEL
December 21, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
occasions, when strongly excited, hehad exhibited flow oft commanding and OTer|«»wering eloquence which made is evident that his proper sphere

occasions, when strongly excited, hehad exhibited flow oft commanding and OTer|«»wering eloquence which made is evident that his proper sphere

accumulated knowledge, and in earnest thought, and in high purposes. In Edith had found this woman ; and she was the only one ho bad ever loved. The evening had come on, and Edith was seated, quietly reading, as her father entered the room. closed the
December 15, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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PURCHASED LOVE. (From the Dublin University M<ina:ine.) (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) It was a bright, sunshiny summer morning, and Matilda

PURCHASED LOVE. (From the Dublin University M<ina:ine.) (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) It was a bright, sunshiny summer morning, and Matilda

that Edith Moore not woman to he giren op by a man of Mr. Leslie’s nature without straggle, sooner or later, lie is intellectual, and his nature some noble points ; though, in bis present conduct, be exhibits weakness and baseness of soul; bat Edith Meore
December 15, 1849 - Belfast Protestant Journal - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALES. ESTABLISHED WINS VAULTS, 73, SOUTH MALL. JOSEPH SPEARING begs leave to apprise his Friends and the Public that hat

ALES. ESTABLISHED WINS VAULTS, 73, SOUTH MALL. JOSEPH SPEARING begs leave to apprise his Friends and the Public that hat

TEA WARE-HOUSE, 14, PATRICK-STREET. 12th Month. ARRIVAL OF MALAGA FRUIT." JOHN NEW SOX to SON HAVE just landed ex-Schooner " Edith" direct from MALAGA, supply of NEW FRUIT selected MALAGA, a supply of NEW FRUIT selected of prime quality, for their Establishment
December 14, 1849 - Cork Examiner - Cork, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 
PURCHASED LOVE.

PURCHASED LOVE.

with •oupbaais. which was doc lom ou brow, on which his hair, once so fine ami well tended, bang care*ke he** penetration Edith. , Iraaly now, for it grown thin, and lost much iia former Father, yon hare not. anrely—no. yon woo Id not take j»y beamy.
December 13, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
Kmlerie'» tuiuoili ami bc« becaaie dark and agitated with hi* eootauding paaaiuiut. could not look without horror and troubling oo

Kmlerie'» tuiuoili ami bc« becaaie dark and agitated with hi* eootauding paaaiuiut. could not look without horror and troubling oo

day. stood in weak and trembling irresolution; wished—lu. h.j.ged follow Edith, bathe felt a* if spell bound. and incapable of any exertion. .V* be strained his gsxe after Edith, site disappeared in nmung the path, anil still, though violent inward urged
December 13, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
THE LONDONDERRY STANDARD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1840.

THE LONDONDERRY STANDARD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1840.

••A beggar! Edith, Edith imamptod Frederic, vdftiy. Her—well. I give you hill penuitatnu to many her now if yon eaa; 1 east yon off without delay, and do not think hot 1 •hall heppy enough without
December 13, 1849 - Londonderry Standard - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland